Disney & Universal 14 day (each) combo ticket £365/£380 @ OrlandoAttractionTickets
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Disney & Universal 14 day (each) combo ticket £365/£380 @ OrlandoAttractionTickets

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Found 16th Feb 2014
If you're planning on going to Florida then you need Disney tickets, and whilst you're there you might fancy Universal as well.

These tickets are for 14 consecutive days park hopping at Disney and 14 consecutive days park hopping at Universal. Disney recently changed their ticket to a 9 day for 7 offer so the 14 day park hopping ticket in a combo is quite rare now.

They come as individual tickets so you could do 4 weeks. First 2 at Disney and then the last 2 at Universal. It works out at about £25 a day which is over half the price of Alton Towers, Thorpe Park etc.

They are also the MyMagic+ tickets so they can be registered to your travellers online for dinner reservations, fastpass, photos etc. Tickets are £365 for children and £380 for adults.

To put it into comparison, if you buy at the gates, you're looking at about £270 for 10 days park hopping at Disney and £95 for 4 days at Universal parking hopping (child) so its a massive saving

38 Comments

cool

this is a fab price and a cracking deal as you are getting the BEST of both worlds . we used to get the orlando flexi ticket one holiday and wewnt to unversal , sea world , busch, wet n wild , aquatica etc for two weeks and the next orlando hol we would do just disney .:)

Can anyone recommend this company as legit?

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ramit

Can anyone recommend this company as legit?



Yes. I ordered my tickets on Thursday night and they arrived signed for on Saturday morning. Tickets have been added to my Disney account fine

cadmus

this is a fab price and a cracking deal as you are getting the BEST of … this is a fab price and a cracking deal as you are getting the BEST of both worlds . we used to get the orlando flexi ticket one holiday and wewnt to unversal , sea world , busch, wet n wild , aquatica etc for two weeks and the next orlando hol we would do just disney .:)



Last time we went we did it all in two weeks including watching a shuttle launch, Tampa Bay v Yankees baseball game and Gatorland. Needed a holiday when we got back.

Evostance

Yes. I ordered my tickets on Thursday night and they arrived signed for … Yes. I ordered my tickets on Thursday night and they arrived signed for on Saturday morning. Tickets have been added to my Disney account fine



MSE's number one choice......

Orlando Attractions. Good all-rounder

US-based site Orlando Attractions came up with some strong prices and lots of positive feedback. It also offers free Royal Mail Special Delivery in 14 working days if your order contains Disney tickets.

If not, delivery's £6.05, or collect from its Orlando office for free by appointment Mon-Fri (10 mins drive from Disney). It offers payment in pounds or dollars - handily, payment in pounds is taken via its UK office so avoids overseas transaction fees.

A useful advantage over the sellers below is that Orlando Attractions has taken out extra ABTA cover for standalone tickets. So if it went bust, ABTA would refund you for any tickets you'd bought.

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Combine the OP's deal with 14 Day Combi Ticket For Orlando SeaWorld, Aquatica and Busch Gardens £80, FREE Delivery @American Attractions.
Thats 14 days UNLIMITED use for £460 per adult for 11 parks (almost EVERY park in Orlando except Wet N Wild)!!
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honestly having gone last year then make sure you do universal, then Disney and avoid like the plague Busch gardens as it had become really bad! universal is the best...

This is a good deal, but I've got my tickets already. 5 day Disney Ticket (four main parks only & no hopping) £177, Universal 2 park bonus ticket 14 days £112. Total £289. Park hopping at Disney is a waste of time as each park requires a full day at least. So four parks in four days, with the fifth day as a reserve or filler day is good enough for me.
Edited by: "BIGEYE" 16th Feb 2014

Good Deal

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BIGEYE

This is a good deal, but I've got my tickets already. 5 day Disney Ticket … This is a good deal, but I've got my tickets already. 5 day Disney Ticket (four main parks only & no hopping) £177, Universal 2 park bonus ticket 14 days £112. Total £289. Park hopping at Disney is a waste of time as each park requires a full day at least. So four parks in four days, with the fifth day as a reserve or filler day is good enough for me.



Depends how long you're there for. We're going for 16 nights so we can do all the parks, and then if we want to go watch a show, go for a meal in Park go watch some fireworks after a water park, we can do

alexjameshaines

honestly having gone last year then make sure you do universal, then … honestly having gone last year then make sure you do universal, then Disney and avoid like the plague Busch gardens as it had become really bad! universal is the best...



I was there last year to, for me Disney was very Family/Kids themed (loved certain elements, Aerosmith rollercoaster, expidition everest and the like), but for me Islands of adventures won hands down, the harry potter ride is a must for anyone, i hadnt even seen any of the films and i loved it.
Universal had just started soft openings of the new transformers 3D ride when we were there, and this year the NEW harry potter ride will be opening at universal.
Busch Gardens for me was more like a proper roller coaster theme park, aimed mainly at the thrill seekers, Sheikra was amazing, and falcons fury (335 feet drop tower, with a twist you face DOWN as you fall) is gonna be opening this year.....

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Edited by: "herby247" 16th Feb 2014

After going to disneyworld Florida a couple of years ago my recommendation is to just buy the disney tickets then when you have visited those parks you can then sell on your ticket and put that towards the universal tickets me and my partner did this and got the universal tickets for about £50 for the week

Depends how long you're there for. We're going for 16 nights so we can do … Depends how long you're there for. We're going for 16 nights so we can do all the parks, and then if we want to go watch a show, go for a meal in Park go watch some fireworks after a water park, we can do


We will be there for 18 nights, we are all adults. Like herby247 says, Disney is mainly for kids. In our opinions, you can't go to Florida and not do Disney. So we can knock the parks a day per park, get back to the villa for some R&R, then back at night for the shows.
We always look for the 14 day ticket for Universal & IOA as these parks are more suited to us bigger kids. Also, Citywalk is great at night, sure beats downtown Disney.
We don't visit the waterparks, went to Aquatica once, it was good, but once you've done it. We also get the Discovery Cove Ultimate ticket (£129), includes Busch, Seaworld and Aquatica.
Edited by: "BIGEYE" 16th Feb 2014

my bf and I are going again this year (every two years) last time we went we got our tickets from attractionticketsdirect and we chose the orlando freedom ticket which includes all disney parks, universal and islands of adventure, seaworld busch gardens and aquatica it includes a free shuttle bus to universal parks and busch gardens. we also go for 28 nights which means we have at least one day in each park and a couple of days relaxing and shopping at the malls. it costs a little more than this offer but they often send out free vouchers such as for dinner shows and money off planet hollywood. by far the best park ticket website in my opinion. but this is a great deal so heat added

MonkeyMan90

After going to disneyworld Florida a couple of years ago my … After going to disneyworld Florida a couple of years ago my recommendation is to just buy the disney tickets then when you have visited those parks you can then sell on your ticket and put that towards the universal tickets me and my partner did this and got the universal tickets for about £50 for the week



Except someone using 'second-hand' tickets MAY have problems with the fingerprint scanners at the entrances, then have their identity checked and ultimately have their tickets confiscated. I wouldn't recommend buying tickets partially-used by someone else. You may get away with it if the scanners are turned off (due to crowds) or the scanner is over-ridden by the operator - alternatively you may not have a good experience at a park.

Cold: 14day disney/universal hopper at florida escapes cheaper - child £358 adult £378 (+ further 2%discount this weekend takes it to Ch approx £350,A approx £370)
Edited by: "eande2" 16th Feb 2014

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Grahamdue

Except someone using 'second-hand' tickets MAY have problems with the … Except someone using 'second-hand' tickets MAY have problems with the fingerprint scanners at the entrances, then have their identity checked and ultimately have their tickets confiscated. I wouldn't recommend buying tickets partially-used by someone else. You may get away with it if the scanners are turned off (due to crowds) or the scanner is over-ridden by the operator - alternatively you may not have a good experience at a park.



You can't do this. Tickets are linked to your Disney account and verified with a fingerprint upon entering the park. Fingerprint not match your ticket = not getting in

Grahamdue

Except someone using 'second-hand' tickets MAY have problems with the … Except someone using 'second-hand' tickets MAY have problems with the fingerprint scanners at the entrances, then have their identity checked and ultimately have their tickets confiscated. I wouldn't recommend buying tickets partially-used by someone else. You may get away with it if the scanners are turned off (due to crowds) or the scanner is over-ridden by the operator - alternatively you may not have a good experience at a park.



I saw a family rejected for this very reason a couple of years ago. We went in May and were scanned everytime.

Voted hot. Decent price.

We are going to Orlando in August. My oldest is 6 so I have decided to skip Universal. We do one day at Sea World. I picked up the 10 day Magic Your Way + Water Fun for £241 for the adults and £229 for kids from Orlando Attractions. Special Delivery was free because the order included Disney tickets.

For first timers like myself I found lots of good information at the DiBB and mouse savers

OP can you confirm that you receive 2 sets of tickets and their 'start of use date' can be staggered as you suggest in the post? I've checked the web site and there's no mention of this and it actually intimates that you have only14 days continual use for all 8 parks (ie Disney and Universal)
Thanks

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Mac4

OP can you confirm that you receive 2 sets of tickets and their 'start of … OP can you confirm that you receive 2 sets of tickets and their 'start of use date' can be staggered as you suggest in the post? I've checked the web site and there's no mention of this and it actually intimates that you have only14 days continual use for all 8 parks (ie Disney and Universal)Thanks



The 14 consecutive days is separate for Disney & Universal and the 14 days start of the first use of the ticket. If you were going for 4 weeks, you could use the Disney ticket for the first 14 days and then on your 15th day, go to Universal. This would then activate the Universal tickets for 14 days. I spoke to them online so have it in writing:

Rachel (05:26:06) : The Disney Universal Switch Ticket offers 14 … Rachel (05:26:06) : The Disney Universal Switch Ticket offers 14 consecutive days of unlimited access into all of the Disney Park, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. You can visit the parks as many times as you wish in during this time. You can also visit as many parks as you wish each day.Me (05:26:38) : Ah brilliant so it is a Disney Park Hopper ticket :)Me (05:26:53) : Is it also part of the MyMagic+ ?Rachel (05:27:19) : All of our Disney tickets are MyMagic+ enabled.Me (05:28:37) : Brilliant.Me (05:29:14) : And the 14 days for both are 14 days from the use of the Disney and the Universal ticketMe (05:29:38) : So if we wen't to Unviersal a week after Disney, we would have 14 days from the first use of the Universal part of the ticketRachel (05:30:59) : That is correct. This is issued a 2 separate tickets; one for Disney and one for Universal. Each ticket is activated individually on the first day of use and is then valid for 14 consecutive days. You could stagger the start dates of the tickets to cover a longer period.

Mac4

OP can you confirm that you receive 2 sets of tickets and their 'start … OP can you confirm that you receive 2 sets of tickets and their 'start of use date' can be staggered as you suggest in the post? I've checked the web site and there's no mention of this and it actually intimates that you have only14 days continual use for all 8 parks (ie Disney and Universal)Thanks

Rachel (05:26:06) : The Disney Universal Switch Ticket offers 14 … Rachel (05:26:06) : The Disney Universal Switch Ticket offers 14 consecutive days of unlimited access into all of the Disney Park, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. You can visit the parks as many times as you wish in during this time. You can also visit as many parks as you wish each day.Me (05:26:38) : Ah brilliant so it is a Disney Park Hopper ticket :)Me (05:26:53) : Is it also part of the MyMagic+ ?Rachel (05:27:19) : All of our Disney tickets are MyMagic+ enabled.Me (05:28:37) : Brilliant.Me (05:29:14) : And the 14 days for both are 14 days from the use of the Disney and the Universal ticketMe (05:29:38) : So if we wen't to Unviersal a week after Disney, we would have 14 days from the first use of the Universal part of the ticketRachel (05:30:59) : That is correct. This is issued a 2 separate tickets; one for Disney and one for Universal. Each ticket is activated individually on the first day of use and is then valid for 14 consecutive days. You could stagger the start dates of the tickets to cover a longer period.



Many thanks X)

Grahamdue

Except someone using 'second-hand' tickets MAY have problems with the … Except someone using 'second-hand' tickets MAY have problems with the fingerprint scanners at the entrances, then have their identity checked and ultimately have their tickets confiscated. I wouldn't recommend buying tickets partially-used by someone else. You may get away with it if the scanners are turned off (due to crowds) or the scanner is over-ridden by the operator - alternatively you may not have a good experience at a park.



I went during spring break and my fingerprint was not taken once the scanners were there and working but workers never used them also the tickets are cheap to buy from the men in little booths

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MonkeyMan90

I went during spring break and my fingerprint was not taken once the … I went during spring break and my fingerprint was not taken once the scanners were there and working but workers never used them also the tickets are cheap to buy from the men in little booths



Reason for that is because they were installing a new system whilst you were there It's also A LOT more expensive to buy tickets at the gate if you want 14 day park hopping

Mac4

OP can you confirm that you receive 2 sets of tickets and their 'start of … OP can you confirm that you receive 2 sets of tickets and their 'start of use date' can be staggered as you suggest in the post? I've checked the web site and there's no mention of this and it actually intimates that you have only14 days continual use for all 8 parks (ie Disney and Universal)Thanks



There is no set start date as long as you use them by end of December 2014 and I think a few days in January 2015.
So you could order a ticket today and it will activate as soon as you use that ticket in say November and from that first use you have until 14 days after that to use it.

Ummm the price is £380 for an adult it's £365 for a child!!!! Bit of misleading title OP
Edited by: "bbgun24" 17th Feb 2014

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bbgun24

Ummm the price is £380 for an adult it's £365 for a child!!!! Bit of m … Ummm the price is £380 for an adult it's £365 for a child!!!! Bit of misleading title OP



Disney & Universal 14 day (each) combo ticket from £365.00 @ OrlandoAttractionTickets

If I put the adult price then people would start saying it's wrong as childs are cheaper. Pretty much everywhere will quote the lowest price and put from

Evostance

Disney & Universal 14 day (each) combo ticket from £365.00 @ … Disney & Universal 14 day (each) combo ticket from £365.00 @ OrlandoAttractionTicketsIf I put the adult price then people would start saying it's wrong as childs are cheaper. Pretty much everywhere will quote the lowest price and put from



Could just put both prices in the title lol??

Anyway cheers for the post, it did genuinely help me!
Edited by: "bbgun24" 17th Feb 2014

eande2

Cold: 14day disney/universal hopper at florida escapes cheaper - child … Cold: 14day disney/universal hopper at florida escapes cheaper - child £358 adult £378 (+ further 2%discount this weekend takes it to Ch approx £350,A approx £370)


This only only gives you 9 days at Disney, 14 Universal.

izzyjessabi

This only only gives you 9 days at Disney, 14 Universal.



Not true - Florida escapes offer two combo packages:
1. 14 day Disney/universal hopper (adult £378, child £359, less further 2% discount). This is the deal I referred to as is directly comparable to op's deal.
http://floridaescapes.co.uk/combo-packages/disney-universal-combo-saver-2014

2 9 day disney/14 day universal (adult £372, child £350 - didn't quote this one as not comparable,but is probably even better value for those going for a fortnight)

The original deal isn't bad, it's just not the cheapest.

Evostance

Reason for that is because they were installing a new system whilst you … Reason for that is because they were installing a new system whilst you were there It's also A LOT more expensive to buy tickets at the gate if you want 14 day park hopping



how do you know which spring break i went in. and they were all fully functional just not used. and i never mentioned buying at the gate i was on about the men in booths dotted around florida at the flea markets little shops etc

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MonkeyMan90

how do you know which spring break i went in. and they were all fully … how do you know which spring break i went in. and they were all fully functional just not used. and i never mentioned buying at the gate i was on about the men in booths dotted around florida at the flea markets little shops etc



Just took an educated guess. I've been fingerprinted every time I've been, apart from those where its only been a single ticket.

Evostance

Just took an educated guess. I've been fingerprinted every time I've … Just took an educated guess. I've been fingerprinted every time I've been, apart from those where its only been a single ticket.



i went in 2009. even if you do have fingerprints scanned you can still sell your ticket to "the men in booths" they just don't give you as much for them

MonkeyMan90

i went in 2009. even if you do have fingerprints scanned you can still … i went in 2009. even if you do have fingerprints scanned you can still sell your ticket to "the men in booths" they just don't give you as much for them



We sold ours to the men in booths, they try to work out which parks you've been to as your fingerprint is apparently only linked to one park (that's what he said anyway so feel free to tell me otherwise) so he said for example that as we didn't go to animal kingdom or the water parks that he could sell those to people as they can scan their fingerprints in the register for those parks. Don't know about entry to parks we'd already been in though..

eande2

Not true - Florida escapes offer two combo packages:1. 14 day … Not true - Florida escapes offer two combo packages:1. 14 day Disney/universal hopper (adult £378, child £359, less further 2% discount). This is the deal I referred to as is directly comparable to op's deal.http://floridaescapes.co.uk/combo-packages/disney-universal-combo-saver-20142 9 day disney/14 day universal (adult £372, child £350 - didn't quote this one as not comparable,but is probably even better value for those going for a fortnight)The original deal isn't bad, it's just not the cheapest.



Oh sorry I didn't see that one.

We are going for 3 weeks, want to go to disney, universal, Busch gardens, and sea world, what am I best of buying ?

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lisainoz1234

We are going for 3 weeks, want to go to disney, universal, Busch gardens, … We are going for 3 weeks, want to go to disney, universal, Busch gardens, and sea world, what am I best of buying ?



You're best finding out where you plan to spend your time as this will likely help you pick the best tickets to keep prices down. If you just want 14 days access to everything then there is this:
http://www.orlandoattractiontickets.co.uk/Ticket/The-Orlando-PassPort

Although as you're going for 3 weeks you should probably make an itinery of where you want to go and when. You could get this Switch ticket for 2 weeks and the Flex Ticket which would let you spread it over 3 weeks.

Head over to The Dibb, they've got loads of itinery planning tools, busy day guides and loads of help which should assist:
thedibb.co.uk/

Edited by: "Evostance" 3rd Apr 2014
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